My very unscientific tests of the Raw Module from the crew at Magic Lantern on my Canon 5D Mark III.
Recorded at 1920 x 1080
Lens: Canon 24-105 F4 IS L lens.
Firmware card: 4gb Sandisk Ultra II SD card
Recording card: 32gb Sandisk Extreme Pro CF card (approx 90mb/s).
Memory card notes:
Even though my CF Card was in exFat format, I was not able to record files larger than 3.99gb due to my SD card being Fat32 only. In order to be able to record without the 4gb limit, both the CF and SD cards need to be using the exFat format (if you're using a separate card to run the ML firmware).
The first and second clips are comparison of standard H.264 vs the ML Raw module.
The third clip is of my very messy room, trying to get autofocus and autoexposure (Aperture Prioty) modes to (unsuccessfully) work. (Thankfully, my room is no longer any where near that messy!)
The fourth and fifth clips are both ML Raw, the first ungraded and the second graded using Adobe Speedgrade using one of the vintage presets.
The last three clips are standard H.264 vs ML Raw converted vs. ML Raw converted and Graded (again using Adobe Speedgrade). This grade was quite dodgy as it was my first try at grading using Speedgrade. As part of the workflow, I tried the "Reduce Whites by 15%" option on the "raw2cdng" CDNG conversion program (created by the user "chmee" on the Magic Lantern forum). I chose the wrong clip to try this particular option but I still ended up with the look I was after anyway. More research and practice should help with getting the hang of this whole Video RAW thing!
Again, many thanks to the many programmers, supporters and the like at Magic Lantern for making this particular tool available!